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The beekeeper opens the lower part of the hive and peers in.
In 1901 he was made a member of the Austrian house of peers.
Both awards are distinctions among peers and fans.
The parties then held hustings which aimed to gain votes from their peers in a following election.
Secondly, since the removal of most hereditary peers in 1999, party whips have become more forthright.